Architect Carla Juaçaba Participating in Cersaie

Sassuolo, IT, August 21, 2018-Five years after first taking part in Cersaie in 2013, Brazilian architect Carla Juaçaba is returning to the show as part of the “building dwelling thinking” cultural program for a conference introduced by architecture historian Francesco Dal Co to be held at 4:00 pm on September 26 in the Architecture Gallery.

Together with another nine international architects including Norman Foster and Eduardo Souto de Moura, Carla Juaçaba recently took part in Vatican Chapels, the pavilion curated by Francesco Dal Co on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in the Venetian lagoon on behalf of the Pontifical Council for Culture. Organized during the first participation of the Holy See in the Venice Architecture Biennale, it consisted of ten different chapels each designed by a different architect and inspired by the Skogskapellet, the Woodland Chapel built by Gunnar Asplund in Stockholm Cemetery in 1920.

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